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10 Sep1 Oct 2017
Natal, Brazil
Registration deadline
May 31, 2017
F. Gulminelli, P. Lipavsky, K. Morawetz
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Klaus Morawetz


Finite systems in Nonequilibrium: From quantum quench to the formation of strong correlations

The interdisciplinary 2-weeks workshops and 1-week conference provide the possibility for presenting and exchanging progress in the description of nonequilibrium phenomena in finite systems. Experiments on very short time scales are characterized by transient phenomena like the formation of correlations and quasiparticle excitations far from equilibrium. Since the successful preparation of a Bose-Einstein condensate in atomic traps more than two decades ago, ultracold atoms have proven to be an extremely fertile ground for investigating finite systems of interacting bosons and/or fermions in a highly controlled environment. Quench experiments open the possibility to follow the way from sudden switching to the formation of strong correlations. Conventionally applied theoretical techniques have to be critically reviewed, and new theoretical concepts have to be discussed. The development of reliable methods is of great importance for designing and fabricating today’s nanostructures. In this workshop we intend to bring together leading experimentalist and theorists working in this area to present their latest work and exchange ideas. The main emphasis of the workshop is on the behavior of strongly correlated systems in non-equilibrium situations.